The New York Times, again painting Nazis as the good guys and victims

The New York Times spin on the Hungarian election is nothing short of Kafkaesque.

They claim a massive victory for democracy itself is a move towards Soviet style autocracy and claim the out and out Nazi party, Jobic, are the good guys.

“BUDAPEST, Hungary — Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary, who has set about transforming this former Soviet bloc member from a vibrant democracy into a semi-autocratic state under one political party’s control, appeared to have won a sweeping victory in national elections on Sunday, with 93 percent of the vote counted.

By securing two-thirds of the seats in Parliament, Mr. Orban’s Fidesz party — along with its ally, the Christian Democrats —— now has the power to change the Constitution and further bend the nation to his will.

“Hungary won a big victory,” Mr. Orban said in his victory speech to a crowd of supporters gathered on the bank of the Danube just before midnight. He added that there was still “a big fight ahead” but that the parliamentary majority would allow him to continue to protect Hungary.

Gabor Vona, the leader of Jobbik, the largest opposition party, conceded defeat while lamenting the tenor of the election, which he called “the hate campaign.”

“It was not easy to campaign with so many lies and attacks,” Mr. Vona said. “We failed,” he added. “Fidesz will keep ruling the country.”

Jobic recently accepted help from another Nazi, George Soros, and of course has moved towards allying with the Muslims as reported on this site, making overtures in totalitarian Turkey to try and use that alliance to gain power at home. This has to be why the Times suddenly is ok with an openly Nazi party.

The New York Times cannot be that naive as to spin it as they did out of stupidity or ignorance. Its in fact perfectly consistent with the Times’ history. Just read up on Walter Durante sometime who knowingly pretended the Ukraine was doing great under communism while he drank champagne at the Kremlin while watching millions die of induced starvation by the Russians.

Readers of this site know Viktor Orban and know the forces he is fighting are the farthest thing on Earth from democratic. In fact he is fighting an alliance of open communists and those who wish to impose a 7th century theocracy based on Islam upon us all.

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16 Replies to “The New York Times, again painting Nazis as the good guys and victims”

  1. In Budapest the sheeple voted for Jobbik, in much the same way as the U.K. urban Londoners voted for “Remain”. But the rest of those voters went with Orban, and the majority of Brits went with “Leave”. The UK Brexit decision is being tinkered with by the Soros globalists, but I don’t think that will happen in Hungary. Good for them, and a pox on the U.S. media.

    • Why use Facebook at all? Those of us who need to be spoon fed would not be those who are interested in the reality of now and who care.

  2. The Hungrians knew what was a risk and voted to remain free, the NYTimes as usual reported lies about the left and the Center Right who are fighting to preserve freedom.

    • The ADL are awful. A truly horrible far left anti-liberal (Classical) organization that does so much harm. Professional Jews like several in Canada, often shilling for CAIR etc.

  3. In my opinion, Germany has never “learned” anything. Why? It wasn’t even intended to learn! Hitlerism should simply be replaced by another ideology followed by the masses.

    If one looks at the results of Hitlerism and draws on the results of multiculturalism, one will see a similar result: The senseless extinction of one’s own culture.

    Hitler and Merkel are two extreme poles who nevertheless have something in common: They don’t mean well with the blinded.

    • France has capitulated,
      Germany and Italy embrace.
      England signed a peace treaty,
      And Sweden covered it’s face.
      Russia made an alliance
      Shaky, that is for sure
      And Poland stood up defiant
      To the Nazis coming once more.

        • “Nothing to do with Hitler”
          The Ghosts of present-past
          Those prescribing motives:
          Hate-Crimes
          Love-Wills
          Their judgements are the last.

        • Sorry, I plagerised this.
          The original source was this:

          France has capitulated,
          Germany and Italy embrace.
          England signed a peace treaty,
          And Sweden covered it’s face.
          Russia made an alliance
          Shaky, that is for sure
          And Poland stood up defiant
          To the Nazis coming once more.
          “Nothing to do with Hitler”
          The Ghosts of present-past
          Those prescribing motives:
          ‘Hate-Crimes,’ ‘Love-Wills’
          Their judgements are the last.
          “History does not repeat itself.
          But it does rhyme”
          Herstory Correction
          No one comes this time.
          https://youtu.be/djW36C3t_dQ

          H/T Mark Twain

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